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and warm temperatures. in fact record highs along the coast. time for the ktvu channel 2 morning news. good morning. good morning, to you. >> thank you you too. >> it is a monday, november 5th i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. i feel like it's christmas. we have an extra hour of sleep and now a beach day. in november. >> you two are color coordinated. >> isn't this nice? >> yeah. i didn't get that e-mail. that is correct today is a beach day. in fact, this may be the last one of a season. everything says sunshine and warm temperatures. a little bit of patchy fog but temperatures are here. temperatures 80s even on the coast which might be warmer than some of the 80s inland. steve, good morning. northbound 101 traffic looks good just as i suspected. southbound 101 traffic was gone. they are picking up road work. also this mornings commute
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looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza. let's go back to the dave and pam. topping our news this morning we are following breaking news. a fatal police shooting in fremont. ktvu janine de la vega joins us now from the scene. this is add central -- at central avenue. this started as a domestic dispute? >> reporter: it appears that way. police are still on the scene processing it. they are actively investigating. they have both sides of the street closed here at central avenue and glen more drive. for about a city block it's closed. that is because they are investigating this shooting that happened in the apartment complex where you see all those police cars parked. this happened at 11:00 last night. they received a call from a woman two told dispatchers her husband was attacking her roommate. he was chasing one of them with a knife. when police aryed they found the woman and roommate fleeing the apartment and found the man chasing them. police tell us he was naked and
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holding a knife and that is when officers told the man to drop the knife. he didn't and so that is why officers felt that they had to shoot him. we're not -- we're unsure how many times he was shot. we are told he died of his injuries. at this point we foe that two officers who were involved in that shooting are now paid administrative leave. we are being told one has been with the department for three years the other one has been with the department 20 plus years. these other officers that are on the scene again are still gathering evidence, talking to witnesses, really still trying to piece together what happened here. and why this man was supposedly chasing at least one of the women with a knife. right now we're being told that the police spokeswoman is on her way so that we can get a little bit more details of what happened here. reporting live from fremont janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. time is 5:02.
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new this morning a teenage driver now being questioned by police after a bizarre overnight car crash in oakland's china town. ktvu tara moriarty is live now with the details and also why that out of control car slammed into a fabric store. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the damage is pretty extensive. you can see where this pickup truck slammed into the corner of this fabric store. and it caused quite a bit of damage. but it actually started across the street where that gate is missing right there. witnesses say around midnight a man was picking his father up from work in his pickup truck got stuck in the gate. instead of hitting the brake he hit the gas pedal. the truck also hit a water line. so crews had to turn the water off. they were also forced to cut power because there were electric boxes above the scene of the crash. firefighters rolled the truck out of the store front and later towed.
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no word yet on what caused the accident. it doesn't appear drug or alcohol played a role. live in oakland i'm tara moriarty. our time now 5:03. overnight fire damaged a pleasant hill business and police say it looks suspicious. now it happened at a strip mall on contra costa boulevard near concord avenue. here are live pictures. this is the scene. this is the nail salon that caught fire last night at 11:00. fire crews say the front window was smashed out. they also say they discovered what appears to be a molotov cocktail inside. fire crews are continuing to investigate treating it as a criminal investigation. meantime the red cross helping a san leandro family trying to find a place to live after fire badly damaged their homes. firefighters rushed to the scene at san leandro boulevard at 8:30 last night. two people in the house were trying to put out the flames. fire crews were able to put it out in 20 minutes.
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investigators say it's still not clear how that fire started. both president obama and mitt romney are making their way through the battleground states on their last day of campaigning before election day tomorrow. coming up at 5:15 where the candidates stand in the latest polls. election officials say they are hopeful super storm sandy won't keep the voters from the polls despite wide spread power outages. in new jersey governor chris christie will be able to cast paper ballots. they will also have the option of faxing or e-mailing their ballots. voters in some new york counties could get an extra day to cast ballots if turnout falls below 24%. >> you will all vote old school. you will vote paper ballot. which means we'll take it a little longer to count but everyone will have their opportunity to count. >> we will do whatever we can. we have got to make sure
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everybody can vote. >> voters in new york could have an especially tough time casting a ballot. polling locations have been relocated or combined due to the storm. time now almost 5:06. new this morning a small earthquake in a part of new jersey still recovering from the super storm. it was a magnitude 2.0 quake centered in ringwood new jersey. they are still dealing with down trees and power outages. now wile the quake didn't cause any damage, some people heard a loud woman woman -- loud boom. today back to school and work for millions of people at least they will try in new york and new jersey today for the first time since that big storm. it could be very, very, very tough commute into the city. but many public transit routes still without of service and gas hard to get. 80% of new york city subway system has now reopened. new york mayor michael
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bloomberg says he's planning to join thousands of commuters by taking the subway to work. muni is celebrating 100 years of service in the bay area and for the rest of the week you can expect to see vintage streetcars, cable cars, buses, trolley coaches, you may even get the chance to ride one. several vintage streetcars will operate this week on the f-line between the castro district and fisherman's wharf. keep an eye out for memorabilia on display from muni's early years as well. the streetcar festival lasts until sunday. >> that sounds interesting. time now 5:07. sal is back. can you help the folks on the east shore, sal? >> no. okay all right. since you asked so nice, dave yes, i can. i can help everyone. we're off to a nice start on this monday as you drive around the bay area on 80 westbound and getting out. i can't help you if you don't want monday to be here.
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unfortunately it is here. at least we will have nice weather. steve will talk about that in a moment. the weather is not an issue for most commuters right now. it's a nice looking clear drive with no water no wet roads. this is a look at the westbound bay bridge. that traffic is moving along nicely. no major problems as you come up to the bay bridge toll plaza. 5:08 hello steve. hi, sal. >> nice day today. >> very nice day today and yesterday. we will go from warm possible highs to cold. one lady was saying to me phone app says we're going from 80 to 55. that can't be right. it is. santa cruz 88. cooling begins on wednesday. fog will return and then a big change on friday. a cold rain more cold than rain. system will coming out of the north. don't hold a lot of moisture but highs will go from the 80s
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to 50s by friday. patchy fog. santa rosa says fog and the napa airport. once that burns off today will be the warmest day. it will still be warm on election day beaufort as warm as today. it will be close. but today looks to be the go day. everything is going up and over the ridge of high pressure is there. fairfield an easterly breeze at 3. that is all heading over to the coast where san francisco is 59. oakland is 59. yet fairfield is 59. temperatures will be warmer on the coast today. today and tomorrow sunny and warm. in fact, record highs but watch out again east bay, north bay patchy fog here early. 70s and 80s. very, very close on the temps. and the warmest of that santa cruz at 88. kathy tweeted me. is that right? yes, that is right.
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half-moon airport is 69 degrees. it will be nice on tuesday. cooling begins on wednesday. cloud it up thursday and the temperatures will drop off the table for a cold rain on friday. clear it out over the weekend. it will be really cold in the morning. >> thank you. 5:09 is the time. celebrations by giants fans turn dangerous when a bus was set on fire. hear how much muni now has to pay and why insurance won't pick up the tab. plus listen to that cheers after two small kids were rescued from a capsized boat. why rescuers say everyone on board is lucky to be alive. good morning, southbound 680 this traffic looks good heading down to sunol grade. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay weather.
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time now 5:13. seven people including four children are safe this morning after they were rescued from a capsized boat in marin county. now look at that rescuers used that saw to free two young children. they were trapped for 90 minutes in that upside down boat. before that, a helicopter plucked two other children and three adults taking them to safety. their boat overturned near the mouth of tomales bay yesterday afternoon. authorities say no one was
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wearing a life jacket and every one of them is lucky to be alive. >> thank god the kids got home safely. they were kids too. a young boy and girl. >> those two children were rushed to the hospital treated for severe hyperthermia. one adult suffered minor injuries. it's still not clearway the boat flipped over. rescuers say it's possible six to eight foot swells were a reason. closing arguments this morning in the trial of a san francisco man accused of trial three violent sexual assaults. frederick dozer is charged with three sexual accounts. right along the 24th corridor and san francisco mission district. if he is convicted he could get life in prison. a court hearing also scheduled for a san rafael teenager trying to kill two people and stealing the lamborghini of celebrity chef. he was ordered to stand trial
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two weeks ago. today the judge will set a pretrial date. he could be arraigned on even more charges. president obama and mitt romney are battling for a handful of states in the final campaign day of the 2012 race. alison burns is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with the latest poll numbers. alison. >> reporter: pam, let's take a look at the latest national polls that show us the popular vote is really still up for grabs. a cnn poll out last night shows the race is a tie. pew has president obama up by three. politico has them tied. nbc has obama up by one all within the margin of error showing the race a dead heat. president obama makes one last argument to voters today in wisconsin and ohio. he ends his day in iowa. >> on the one hand, you can choose to return to the top down policies that crashed our economy. or you can join me in building
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a future that focuses on a strong and growing middle class. >> reporter: mitt romney returns to florida, virginia, ohio, and new hampshire. >> change is not measured in words and speeches. change is measured in achievements. >> reporter: of course the big key now is to get out the vote and both campaigns are really trying to pump up their crowd. president obama is rallying today with bruce springsteen and kid rock will be at mitt romney's rally tonight. reporting live from washington, d.c. alison burns ktvu channel 2 news. >> and don't forget you can follow the election results as they come in tomorrow right here on ktvu channel 2 and also on our website and tomorrow night we'll have an expanded 10:00 newscast. the pittsburg zoo closed indefinitely as a two-year-old
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boy was killed by a pack of wild dogs staff he fell into the cage. she was trying to give him a better view. he was attacked by 11 of the wild dogs. authorities say zoo staff responded quickly but it was too late. we still don't know if this child died from the fall or from the attack by the dogs. back here at home it looks like muni will be making a big payment as a result of vandalism caused by some of the celebrating giants fans. according to the san francisco chronicle muni will have to pay $700,000 to replace a bus set on fire by giants fans celebrating after the world series. what turns out san francisco's insurance policy doesn't cover the torching of buses. that is going to hurt the transit agency. they just spent about $300,000 refurbishing buses last year. 5:17 is the time right now.
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sal, has a look at traffic this morning. how does it look? >> it looks pretty good pam and dave. so far any way if you are driving around the bay area. let's take a look at what we have now. northbound and southbound 280 that traffic is moving along very nicely and no problems on 101 or 85 getting into the valley. also this morning we are look at the commute that looks good on interstate 880. driving northbound on the right. you can see traffic looks good all the way past high street and into downtown oakland. highway 4 from antioch to bay point it's a nice looking drive. still nothing on the road sensors. probably won't stay that way. and across the bay if you are driving from novato to san rafael it's a nice looking drive. here is steve. thank you very much, sal. a little bit of patchy fog but that is it. santa rosa and napa say it won't last long. nights now we set the clocks back much, much longer. temperatures today with the shorter days are heading up. in fact today looks to be the warmest day of the week and
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huge drop in our temps. patchy fog out there. it has to be right down on the deck. chilly to mild. upper 40s to near 60 degrees. sunshine and it will be warmer for all possible record highs. the warming continues today. i think we level off on tuesday. there is an element of an easterly breeze or northerly breeze. it will be nice to warm inland. here's a little easterly breeze at travis. that will make it to oakland and san francisco and much of the coastal locations. today is definitely a beach day if you can get that monday flu. 49 fairfield. 59 oakland. 59 san francisco. that tells you everything already what is shaping up to be a very warm day for this time of year. don't have to worry about anything until thursday or friday then it will get very cold around here. today sunny and warm. 80s for some. low to mid for some. santa cruz near 90. near 90s.
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half-moon bay 80 degrees. sunny and warm today. still nice on tuesday. cooling begins on wednesday. cold rain thursday into friday. it's out of here. chinese company best known for making cell phones for apple is getting a boost. citi group upgraded the stock of foxconn to a bye. they have been troubled by labor problems. many other asian stocks are down. japan, hong kong, and south korea closed with losses. european investors also waiting for the election results. those markets are down in early trading this morning. checking in on our numbers.
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our futures are pretty quiet. no big news. big move on friday though with the dow, nasdaq, and s & p 500 all slipping ground. right now it looks like a slightly lower opening but should be quiet until the election. 5:20. you ready for reality tv about silicon valley? well tonight a new reality series debuts about the tech world. why some critics call it more show than reality. he is real. oh my gosh. >> people keep many things in storage units but a bow a constrictor usually isn't one of them. the giant discovery one couple made in washington state. ♪
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i'm voting yes on 38... because it makes our children #1. he is real. oh my gosh. >> boy. just imagine going to your storage unit, opening the door, and you see a 15-foot bow a constrictor. there it is. that happened to a couple near sale. animal control got there and captured it. >> oh yeah. by the way the couple says they have no idea how that got into their storage unit. it was only a matter of time before reality tv producers found their way to silicon valley. starting tonight bravo will
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debut their new series called start-ups. cast members celebrated at the premier party last night in san francisco. it follows the ambitious tech entrepreneurs trying to make it big. the creator randy zuckerberg opened her eyes. >> i think there is a misrepresentation out there that in order to be in the silicon valley you have to be a dude who codes 24 hours a day and that is just not true. >> now critics say the cast is too white, too attractive, and too party prone. time now 5:25. san francisco historic pier 70 may get a second chance. the city seems like it's about to approve a plan to rebuild the ghost pier. in december sometime the board of supervisors is expected to give the approval for a $100 million project to restore that
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65-acre pier. the plan will convert the area into a vibrant space for office workers, for retailers, for artists, and manufacturing company. if approved, the project would begin next spring. the time now 5:25. let's check in with sal and see how we're moving so far on a monday morning. >> all right, dave, thank you. right now northbound 280 moves pretty well. i would say. yes northbound getting up to into the valley. it voled should be -- it should be a nice drive for you. no major problems on 101 and 85. same thing with people coming in. nice looking drive heading on south and no major problems along the way. let's go to steve. all right, sal, thank you. we have mostly clear skies. a little bit of patchy fog. napa airport and santa rosa. some may be in the north bay and east bay. it's already 59 degrees. high pressure is our fair
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weather friend. expect for patchy fog and clear skies. a little easterly breeze. that all sells warmer conditions. 70s and 80s with 88 near santa cruz. time now 5:26. still ahead follow the money. why the california supreme court said around$11 million pumped into the california supreme court. arson investigators working hard to figure out who set fire to a nail salon in pleasant hill. what was found at the scene that makes this fire appear suspicious. we have breaking news a man has been killed in a police shooting in fremont. this happened. the reason police say they were forced to open fire. there are hundreds of ways people use
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good morning, to you. welcome back this is ktvu channel 2 morning news it's a monday, november 5th i'm dave clark. >> and good morning, i'm pam cook. time now is 5:30. it's a really nice monday. weather wise. >> going to be. >> okay. >> yes, possible record highs near the coast today and then by the end of the week we'll have highs in the 50s. very cold system draws in. today it looks like patchy fog sunny and warm for everybody. very warm over oakland and san francisco and anybody on the coast. here is sal. >> good morning. westbound bay bridge traffic is moving along pretty well as you drive up into san francisco. there are no major problems. and there are no problems on 101 getting there. also san mateo bridge traffic looks good getting out to the
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high-rise and out to highway 92. let's go to the desk. breaking news just hours ago. police in fremont shot and killed a man after responding to a domestic dispute. this with a story we've been following since 4:30. ktvu janine de la vega is at the scene. you're at central avenue and police just gave you an update. what are they saying? >> they gave me a little bit more details of what happened. it was a violent domestic dispute. let me give you an idea of where this is. central avenue in glenmore drive you can see the road is blocked off here. both sides of the street and where all the police cars are is where the violent confrontation occurred between a husband and estranged wife which ultimately ended in that man's life. police received a 911 call from a woman who said his roommate was being attacked by her husband. the caller was hiding behind the door. when police arrived they saw a woman running from the apartment and a naked man
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holding a knife chasing her. that is when officers confronted the man. >> officers demanded that the suspect stop, drop his weapon. when he refused to do so, officers fired their weapon. the suspect was transported to a local trauma center where he was later pronounced dead. >> reporter: we are told by police that man was 37 years old and he was from san jose. his wife was taken to a nearby hospital to be checked out but we're told she is okay. police are interviewing her. they do believe that they were an estranged couple because they did not live together. the roommate the person that called this in she is okay. she is being interviewed by police and back at the police station. top officers involved in this shooting are now on paid administrative leave. officers are still processing this scene. they are interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence. as far as the residents that live in the area. a lot of them had to park far
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away and then walk in because right now at this point, no one is being allowed in. if they were here when the incident happened and they could stay here, but some people who are just driving up and wanting to get home, they are not allowed to drive in because again this is still an active police investigation. we're also being told as far as in the city of fremont this is the first officer involved shooting of the year. reporting live from fremont janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. in overnight news a nail salon in pleasant hill badly damaged after it went up in flames. alex savidge joins us now from the strip mall where it all happened with more on what fire crews discovered that is making them call this fire suspicious. >> the arson investigator here on scene it appears someone intentionally set fire to this nail salon. the reason red flags were raised this morning is because of the molotov cocktail or what appeared to be a molotov cocktail found outside of this business when the first crews
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arrived here. criminal investigation has been launched. work is being done inside this business. the fire was also suspicious because the front window of the place was broken. when the first crews got here. started around 11:30 last night at the magic touch salon. the alarm sounded inside the place. it's in a strip mall on contra costa boulevard. the fire inside was fairly small. crews knocked it out quickly but firefighters noticed what appeared to be an insipid area device. a beer bottle with some kind of liquid inside. a contra costa county fire investigator has been here here throughout the morning processing this scene. he is trying to figure out what was used to set this fire. he has ruled out any accidental causes. >> when we arrived as investigators at a fire scene, our first attempt is try to determine where the fire may have started. we try to get that to a small enough area as we can and once you determine the area where the fire started you may pretty much be on your hands and knees
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sifting through fire debris. >> reporter: the fire investigator will have some of the debris samples collected to test for accelerants and that cocktail will be tested at a lab as well and tested for fingerprints as investigators try to key in on the arsonist. investigators thus far have not been able to reach the owner of this business. live this morning in pleasant hill alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. four people are dead seven others are in the hospital following a head on crash south of sacramento. it happened at about 4:00 yesterday afternoon on northbound interstate 5 near the elk grove boulevard exit. the chp says an suv heading south on the highway carrying nine people lost control, crossed the center divide and hit a car that was heading north. the highway was shut down for several hours. the chp is now looking into what caused the crash. time now 5:35. both president obama and mitt romney making one final
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campaign push today before election day tomorrow. coming up at 5:45 we'll bring you a live report from boston. that is where mitt romney will be tomorrow to watch the election results come in. the california supreme court has ordered an arizona group to reveal who is behind an $11 million contribution to two campaigns here in california. the arizona pack is funding campaigns against prop 30. that is governor jerry brown's tax hike proposal and for proposition 32 which would limit the ability for unions. a california teacher -- california teachers are working phone banks all over the state encouraging people to vote for prop 30 tomorrow. and critics of prop 30 are working just as hard to encourage a no vote. >> this is all about creating positive learning environments for kids. and if we have to take another $6 billion cut come january, it's going to be horrendous. >> the at amount of money that
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will flow through to classrooms is way less than what is being reflected in a lot of the advertising campaign. >> prop 30 would raise income taxes on those who earn more than $250,000. it also increases sales tax a quarter cent. it needs more than 50% of the vote to pass. the east coast is preparing for another big storm even as the region continues to recover from sandy. the national weather service says a nor'easter could hit midweek causing more beach erosion, flooding, and rain. thousands of homes still without power in new york city where temperatures are expected to drop into the 20s overnight. officials say the city may have to find temporary housing for as many as 40,000 people who's homes do not have heat. eight california emergency management agencies managers are heading to the east coast to help with storm relief. the agency says it is deploying experts from throughout the state including in the bay
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area. they will be offering assistance in new york about 30 miles north of new york city. time now 5:37. sal is back. you're watching the east bay still. >> that is right. the traffic is getting a little bit busier dave and pam. on 80 especially. westbound 80 you see more traffic here and also in vallejo and pinole. some more people are joining us. it's kind of a gradual addition but you can definitely see it. at the bay bridge still not a big crowd although there is a little bit of waiting in some of the left lanes. people might be showing up a little bit earlier. the clocks are a little off at least for some. the traffic is just a little earlier than we normally see it. marin county southbound 101 traffic does look good as you dave through. if you're driving on highway 4 from antioch to pittsburgh to bay point it's a nice looking drive and we talked about 80 you can see the road sensors confirming. it's getting busier but not stop and go just yet. let's go to steve. >> thank you.
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our forecast headlines will go from one extreme to the other. this extreme will be sunny and warm with possible records. especially san francisco, maybe santa rosa along the coast or just about anybody. today and tomorrow looks sunny and warm. cooling begins on wednesday. a big change thursday and friday. cold it's more of a cold than it is a rain ma tern. could be decent snow in the sierra but for us highs in the 50s by friday. today we start off with just some patchy fog. there is a little bit there. not a lot. santa rosa and napa reporting some. it has to be right down there. but 40s to near 60s on the lows. sunny and warmer for all today. in fact, today looks to be the warmest day. still a really for this time of year a very warm day even though the days are very short. high pressure is definitely large and in charge. easterly breeze. so far most locations not much of a breeze. there is a component of a north or easterly breeze. 48 santa rosa and napa. 59 san francisco oakland. so i mean there is a big difference to some of the inland temps to the coast that gives you an idea of what is
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going on. high pressure says not today. everything goes up and over. that means sunshine and warm temps. possible record highs after patchy fog. there is not a lot. there is a couple pockets of it. it will be sunny for everybody. 70s to 80s. if it does happen a lot of what we call aye sew thermal temps. cooling starts wednesday and much cooler thursday. here's that cold system. highs in the 50s on friday. the weekend looks better but very cold in the morning. >> thank you, steve. new information about the taxes paid by apple. the reason the bay area company is saying less than 2% income tax on some of its earnings. election day is tomorrow and there is hot tempers already. why one candidate in the oakland city's attorney race plans to sue her opponent. good morning, if you are driving on highway 4 it looks pretty good so far but it's
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getting busier. you'll see more of the morning commute coming up.
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good morning. expect for a little bit of patchy fog north bay and east bay it's sunny and very warm today. possible record high. good morning, to you. here's a quick look at some of the top stories we are following for you right now at 5:43. police in fremont at the scene of a fatal police shooting it just happened. police shot and killed a man who police say was chasing his wife naked with a knife. it happened around 11:00 last night on central avenue. the suspect identified only as a 37-year-old san jose man. no one else was hurt. police are questioning a teenage driver after this bizarre car crash in oakland's
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new china town neighborhood overfight. police say the driver pay have mistakenly hit the brakes instead of the gas -- hit the gas instead of the brakes when he ran into a fence at a restaurant parking lot. then smashed into a fabric store. water line was ruptured among many other things. also ahead an overnight fire has damaged a business in pleasant hill and police say the fire looks suspicious. this happened at a beauty salon in a strip mall on contra costa boulevard. they found what appeared to be a molotov cocktail inside that business. in election news things are heating up in the oakland city attorney's race. yesterday oakland city council woman jane brunner says she plans to sue her opponent city attorney barbara parker. it's over last minute mailers that claims brunner had been suspended from the state bar. the website shows that brunner was inactive from 1995 to 1997
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for not completing continuing education requirements. but shows no record of public discipline. now parker's campaign responded saying brunner was suspended during that period for not meeting the education requirements. the campaign called the lawsuit threat a desperate political stunt. less than 24 hours until election day. president obama will watch the election returns come in tomorrow in chicago. mitt romney will be in boston. that is where emily is now with the message that romney is delivering on this last day of campaigning. good morning, emily. >> reporter: good morning, pam. mitt romney has a long road to get this final destination tomorrow night and it will take him through a number of swing states. in fact, his schedule starts in 20 minutes. he's scheduled to have his first campaign appearance of the day in the swing state of florida and then heads up through virginia and ohio. these are all important states to him. he's trying to reach out to the few undecided voters that are remaining in this extreme
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divided race. mitt romney is taking his final lap through the battleground states. last chance to deny president obama a second term. >> his plan for the next four years is to take all the ideas from his first term the stimulus, the borrowing of obama care and do them over again. he calls this plan forward. i call it forewarned. >> reporter: national polls show the race is deadlocked but in the swing state president obama has a slight edge. sunday romney stopped in iowa, ohio, virginia, and pennsylvania a state once considered for obama. >> we will come back. >> reporter: the renewed focus there is a bit of insurance in case ohio turns blue. many think romney can't win without the buckeye state where they have given the president an edge. >> everybody knows he was against saving the auto industry in a state where 1-8 jobs is connected to the american auto industry. >> reporter: last week super storm sandy took a toll on
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romney's momentum. >> any day the news media is not talking about jobs or the economy, taxes or spend, deficit or debt, obama care and energy is a good day for barack obama. >> reporter: now romney has one more day to keep the focus on the president's record and convince them to hire him as commander and chief. mitt romney will be driving home the message of the economy today in a latest cnn poll 61% of likely voters say that is important to them. more thought the economy could improve if mitt romney was elected. that's what he will be talking about. his running mate paul ryan also in swing states. especially ending up in wisconsin happens to be his home state. pam. >> thank you emily for an update on that. it is a rule that has predicted 17 of the last 18 elections. coming up in ten minutes what the outcome of one football game could b mean for the presidential race. don't forget you can follow the election results as they come in tomorrow right here on ktvu
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channel 2 on our website as well. and tomorrow night we'll have an expanded 10:00 newscast. time now 5:47. starting today army prosecutors will argue a case against an american soldier accused of a killing spree in afghanistan. 39-year-old sergeant robert bills allegedly killed 16 afghans and wounded six others. a began villagers will be testifying by way of satellite. now this trial will determine if bales should face a full court-martial. a jury is scheduled to resume deliberations today in whether a former south bay school principal broke the law. lynn vijay tran is former principal. she believed craig chandler's explanation he was conducting a lesson on helen keller when a
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student complained he had blindfolded her and touched her inappropriately chandler is now awaiting trial on charges he molested five children. apple is paying very low income tax on the money it makes outside the u.s.. cupertino company paid $713 million in tax on the nearly $37 billion it made overseas. that is less than 2%. if it brought that money home, apple would pay as much as 35% income tax on the earnings but leaving the money overseas is completely legal. many other multinational companies do the same thing. time now 5:49. let's get you moving this morning. we have problems in san francisco, sal? >> that is right. northbound 101 dave and pam. it looks like a car rear ended a garbage truck in san francisco northbound 101. the vehicle is now on fire. and we're not sure how bad the injuries are but there could be injuries. northbound 101 sat candle --
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101 at candle stick park. if i were you, i would use 280 instead to get into san francisco because traffic is beginning to stack up getting out of south city driving up to brisbane. watch for this crash fire department from brisbane and san francisco are there. it sounds like a bad one. let's move along to san francisco itself. northbound and southbound 101 that traffic is moving along nicely with no major problems coming up to the 80 split. this mornings commute at the bay bridge toll plaza we have a little bit of an early crowd here in some of the lanes. fast track getting through okay. let's go to steve. sal, thank you. record highs are likely today. we'll go from very, very warm to very, very cool to cold just this week. i'm getting reading some conflicting reports on santa rosa. i saw 76 that just didn't make sense to me. one number that did make sense was 83 in 1980. san francisco record is 80 in 1993. oakland 78 at 1976. and san jose is the most
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impressive 82 going back to 1901. and the forecast high today is 82. there will be record highs for some. you can see some of the records here. it's going to be record setting day. some of the warmest temps are the most impressive will be on the coast. clear skies. don't have to worry about anything there. patchy fog. there is a little bit of an easterly breeze. warm today. and then we'll level off tomorrow and start a pretty good cooling trend. not much of a breeze but there is a slight easterly breeze. that alone tells you it is an offshore wind. 40s to almost 60 degrees oakland and san francisco. very warm temps already along the coast. high pressure aloft also at the surface. that spells sunny and warm weather. patchy fog north bay and east bay. once that burns off we are good to go. 70s and 80s. san jose 82. mountain view is in there.
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80 half-moon bay. so warm to very warm for this time of year. nice on tuesday. a little cooler wednesday. much cooler thursday. cold rain drops on friday. morning lows will be very brisk. this morning toyota reports quarterly earnings of $3.2 billion. that is three times japan's biggest auto maker made during the same time last year. that is when toyota was struggling to recover after the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster. hundred die and kia are apologizing for overstating fuel efficiency in 900,000 cars sold in the u.s.. they claimed better than average gas prices built for the 2011-2013 model years. the car makers now promise to send personalized debt cars to car owners to cover extra fuel costs for as long as the original owner has the car.
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time now 5:52. some concrete moves ahead for the 49ers new stadium. what is going to be unvailed later today that is considered a major milestone in building that new stadium. the super market workers still outside the picket lines. what both sides in the raley's strike are saying. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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5:55. no sign of progress for people on strike. >> what do we want? contracts. >> thousands of raley's and nob hill workers still on picket lines today. employees say they have to take care of their families while management says they need pay freeze and cuts in benefits to compete with nonunion workers. they will stay on strike until there is a better contract offer. the company says all of its stores will remain open during the strike. some big new pieces of the 49ers new santa clara stadium are scheduled to be put in place today. a 35,000-pound piece of concrete will be set at the top of the tower of suits and 2,000 other sections of seat risers and steps are scheduled to be
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installed today. construction crews say the project is on schedule to open in time for the start of the 2014 nfl season. if the redskins rule it's to be believed mitt romney will win the election. since 1940 the washington redskins have been 17-1 in predicting presidential election. the redskins rule says if the team wins their last home game before the election, the incumbent stays in office. if the team loses, so does the president. yesterday the redskins lost to the carolina panthers. i had not heard that one. sal, anything new in our commute? >> you know we do have that thing i talked about last time dave and pam. yes san francisco northbound 101 a car ran into the back of a garbage truck and burst into flames. not looking good here for this commute. northbound 101 coming up from the airport. a lot of slow traffic approaching the city. you're hearing this you should use 280. drive through san bruno, south san francisco and daly city to
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get into san francisco. northbound 101 is slow from south city into brisbane because of this major crash. quickly let's go to the sunol grade that traffic does look good. let's go back to the desk. all right, thank you, sal. investigating the out of control car crash near downtown oakland. a look at the scene what the car slammed into and who is being questioned by police. plus developing news from fremont these are live pictures you are looking at. officer involved shooting. if you enjoyed sunday's weather you will really like today. in fact it may be in record setting territory.
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